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Acid regeneration

By Chemical Engineering |

Last month, Rautaruukki Raahe Mills (Finland) started constructing a new pilot-scale acid-regeneration plant, which will regenerate hydrochloric acid used in pickeling hot-rolled steel at the mill. The plant marks the first commercial application of a recycling process developed by Kemira (Helsinki, Finland; edlinks.chemengonline.com/6897-545). The first trial runs are slated for August.
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